Among the thousand delegates from 150 countries at the International Bahá'í Convention were Keyhan Ighanian and Thor Henning Lerstad, both from Norway.
Dr. Ibrahim Amoussa was a delegate from Gabon. Each country was represented by the nine members of the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá'ís of that nation.
Sincere Razavi, a delegate from Namibia.
Santos Vargas, a delegate from Bolivia.
Nuriyeh McLaren and Daniel Woodard, delegates from Venezuela.
Rachele Gulisano, a delegate from Sicily.
Sandra de Werner, a delegate from Honduras.
Pat Murphy, a delegate from Ireland.
Betty Gileo, left, and Stephanie Bloodworth, delegates from St. Lucia.
Tendayi Chingeye, a delegate from Zimbabwe.
Nora Vivie Nedden and William Nedden, delegates from the Leeward Islands.
Tebutii Hicking, a delegate from Kiribati.